AUGUSTA -- City police on Saturday arrested a Waterville-area man suspected of impersonating a police officer in Windham and held him on five warrants, according to police Sgt. Christopher Shaw.
WATERVILLE -- The following cases, listed alphabetically H-Z, were closed from Oct. 22 to Oct. 26, 2012, in Waterville District Court.
GARDINER — After nearly 40 years of treating their community to an elaborate Christmas display on their lawn, Grant and Nancy Pare will be turning off most of the lights.
WATERVILLE — The Colby College Museum of Art will be the largest art museum in Maine when the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion opens July 13, according to college officials.
IN FAIRFIELD, Tuesday, at 5:29 p.m., a harassment complaint was reported at American Lodge on Main Street.
Since the state law allowing use and sale of commercial fireworks took effect Jan. 1, more than 50 Maine communities have enacted their own fireworks ordinances:
WATERVILLE — Construction of a $3.4 million police station on Colby Street is on schedule, with a planned completion date of July 1, according to City Manager Michael Roy.
AUGUSTA -- Three local Republican lawmakers met with Department of Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt on Friday to talk about area roads and the need for improvements, according to the House Republican Office.
WINDSOR -- Local gun shops report a dramatic increase in sales recently, with many buyers concerned that President Barack Obama and Congress will begin to take away their ability to buy assault rifles and large ammunition clips in the wake of last week's mass murder at a Connecticut elementary school.
When the Maine Legislature legalized consumer fireworks nearly a year ago, many residents predicted the worst: devastating fires, mortal injuries and sleepless nights.
The young men were last seen at a gathering of friends on Wednesday night.
A judge agrees leagues can file suit because expanding legal sports betting to New Jersey would negatively affect perception of their games.
Ruth Holmes and her family operated Holmes Greenhouse and Florist Shop.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command has trademarked NORAD Tracks Santa and licensed a private company to sell official T-shirts and other gear.
More than $2.6 million in donations has poured into Newtown's official memorial fund.
No one was hurt in the six-hour standoff despite numerous shots fired.
Any snowmobile legally registered in one of the participating states will be allowed on trails in all three during the weekend of Jan. 25-27.
Neither the House nor the Senate is expected to meet again until after Christmas. Officials in both parties said there was still time to prevent the changes from kicking in with the new year.
London's Metropolitan Police have submitted a file to Britain's Crown Prosecution Service "to consider whether any potential offenses may have been committed by making the hoax call."
The Maine governor in his weekly address says this is a time for family but also to remember troops serving around the world.
Central Maine Power crews are expected to restore electrical service to all customers by the end of Saturday.
House speaker John Boehner says he isn't worried about losing his job when the new Congress convenes Jan. 3.
Maine is second behind Illinois in a report by the Animal Legal Defense Fund.